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Policy Studies Journal, Spring, 1973

Stuart Nagel

Policy Studies Journal, Spring, 1973

by Stuart Nagel

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Published by Univ Illinois/Policy Studies .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics/International Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11440852M
    ISBN 10091859202X
    ISBN 109780918592026

    Areas of interest and expertise are Latin America (especially Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru), Southeast Asia (especially Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam) and North Africa and the Middle East (especially Libya and to a lesser degree, Syria). Strategic Planning and Commercial Manager, Caterpillar Inc. (); Chairman, Board of Directors, Illinois Stewardship Alliance (Present); International. Roger Keeran, also Roger Roy Keeran or Roger R. Keeran (born in , in Lapeer, Michigan), is an American historian and university professor who taught successively at Cornell, Princeton, Rutgers and the New York State University (SUNY). A specialist of Labor and Policy studies, he published, in , The Communist Party and the Auto Workers' Unions and, in , with co-author Thomas Kenny.

    Gloria Feman Orenstein (born in Brooklyn) is a feminist art critic, pioneer in the field of the women of Surrealism and scholar of ecofeminism in the arts. Orenstein's Reweaving the World is considered a seminal ecofeminist text which has had "a crucial role in the development of U.S. ecofeminism as a political position".Born: (age 80–81), Brooklyn, New York. "A Model of Inherited Wealth," Quarterly Journal of Economics, November , pp. "Wage Discrimination: Reduced Form and Structural Estimates," Journal of Human Resources, Fall

    The journal contains many book reviews and film reviews each issue. Subscribers are asked to participate by reviewing such texts for the journal. Each year, Film & History also produces a CD-ROM of articles and out-of-print books for scholars in the form of a CD-ROM. Number 1, Spring Editorial Board -- Vol Number 2, Fall Sage international yearbook of foreign policy studies (OCoLC) Material Type: Series: Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: All Authors / Contributors: Sage Publications. ISSN: OCLC Number: Description: volumes 24 cm: Other Titles: Sage international yearbook of foreign policy studies International yearbook.


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